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    revs sticking

    I have a astra g sri 2.2, whilst changing gear my revs are sticking on for
    about 1 - 2 seconds before they drop, its becoming very annoying, does anyone know the cause of this. Thanks
    If its not broke, dont fix it !

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    I thought this was pretty normal to help smooth out gear changes? I could be wrong though.

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    2.2 suffer with this. just fixed mine from doing it.
    you need to remove the throttle body and clean it out.
    it gets fully up of oil and crap and sticks it.
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    i ll give it a try, did it do the job ? do u know where i can find tech guide to clean it, the one on here s no longer available for some reason
    If its not broke, dont fix it !

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    If you google 'astra throttle body clean' there are at least two more guides out there that will tell you how to do it.
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